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Join Us at ADAMS for a GF Discussion

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. If you are diagnosed with celiac disease, it is especially important to avoid gluten. Gluten almost acts as a “poison” for people with celiac disease.

Whether you follow a gluten free diet because you have celiac disease, or gluten intolerance or it is just a matter of personal preference, following gluten free diet is more than just avoiding wheat. Reading food labels become especially important with a gluten free diet because you will find hidden ingredients that you may think don’t contain gluten. Becoming familiar with things that contain gluten will help make following a gluten free diet easier. Often times the gluten is replaced with extra fat or sugar in gluten free products. Always remember to read your ingredients list!

Come join us on Sunday January 22nd at Adam’s in Wappinger’s at 1:00pm to learn more about following a gluten free diet!

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